At WorldVenture we have two primary methods to make your giving simple. Please select the option that is best for you. Thank you for your support!
Other Ways to Give
Mail a Check
If you prefer to give by check:
- Make your check payable to “WorldVenture.”
- Write the seven-digit number and title in the lower left portion of your check.
- Mail your check to:
20 Inverness Pl E
Englewood, CO 80112-5622
If you need to manage any aspect of your giving, including the option to give by phone, please contact us at (720) 283-2000 ext. 2600 or send us an email requesting assistance to firstname.lastname@example.org
We want our workers and partners to share the special relationship that comes from engaging the world for gospel impact together. However, if you would like to make an anonymous donation, please call or mail a check with instructions. We do not accept anonymous gifts online.
Asset Gifts, Estate Gifts, and More
There are many other ways you can give. Consider contributing Stocks and Bonds, Real Estate, Personal Property (such as jewelry and vehicles), Donor Advised Funds, Business Interests, Corporate Giving, or Employer Matching Gifts. You can even make arrangements for legacy gifts and planned giving from your estate that may include tax relief and benefits. Get more information by visiting our Asset and Planned Giving page.
ECFA membership and stewardship standards
WorldVenture is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization in good standing with the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA), which provides leading Christian nonprofits with accreditation and financial accountability. As a member, WorldVenture adheres to ECFA’s Seven Standards of Responsible Stewardship. We are committed to conducting business and raising funds with only the highest standards of excellence and integrity.
Tax Deduction Information
Basic IRS regulations regarding charitable deductions include the following:
- Under current IRS regulations, only donors who itemize may take a charitable deduction.
- For gifts of cash, the donor may take a charitable income tax deduction up to 50 percent of adjusted gross income and excess deductions may be carried over for up to five years.
- For gifts of other property (not cash), donors may claim a charitable income tax deduction equal to fair market value up to 30 percent of adjusted gross income and excess deductions may be carried over for up to five years.
- Gifts of real estate and certain non-marketable securities over $5,000 must be appraised to determine fair market value for tax deduction purposes.
- Generally, gifts of tangible personal property (autos, artwork, etc.) over $5,000 must be appraised to determine fair market value.